Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is site specific art?

What is site specific art?

Artwork that's created to exist in a given/certain place. Location is taken into account by the artist as he plans and creates his artwork. Robert Irwin reined and promoted it in California. Site Specific Art came after modernist objects as artist's reaction to the world's situation. Modernists objects were nomadic, transportable, only existed in museum space and were for commodification and market.

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Roy Lichtenstein

American Indian Theme V (from American Indian Theme Series), 1980

Limited Edition Print

Woodcut

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Roy Lichtenstein

Sunrise, 1965

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

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Javacheff Christo

Wrapped Staircase (Project for rue de Paradis), 2001

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 2,735

Roy Lichtenstein

Untitled II, 1980

Limited Edition Print

Etching

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Roy Lichtenstein

Imperfect Print for B.A.M, 1987

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

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Roy Lichtenstein

Modern Head Relief, 1970

Sculpture / Object

Object

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Manolo Valdés

Desnudo I, 2002

Limited Edition Print

Etching

EUR 1,900

Manolo Valdés

Desnudo VI, 2002

Limited Edition Print

Etching

EUR 1,900

Manolo Valdés

Desnudo XIII, 2002

Limited Edition Print

Etching

EUR 1,900

Manolo Valdés

Book 'Don Juan', 2007

Limited Edition Print

Etching

EUR 29,300

Manolo Valdés

Condeduque, 1987

Limited Edition Print

Etching

EUR 3,100

Manolo Valdés

Rembrandt, 1986

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

EUR 3,100

Manolo Valdés

Helene, 2005

Limited Edition Print

Etching

EUR 7,800

Manolo Valdés

Las Damas De Barajas 1, 2006

Sculpture / Object

Bronze

EUR 19,000

Jaume Plensa

Alban Berg, 2008

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

EUR 3,100

Jaume Plensa

Song of Songs, 2006

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

EUR 3,100

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Clay

Clay is earth which is made when rocks weather and finally decompose. It takes a long time for water to carry pieces of earth, creating muck. The muck is collected, cleaned, prepared by removing rocks, and refined by adding sand to make clay.

Watercolor

A term that refers to both the resulting artwork and the medium. It is a method of painting where the paints used are made of pigments that are suspended in water soluble "vehicle". Watercolors appear luminous and are transparent because the pigments used are laid down in pure form and few fillers obscure pigment colors. By adding Chinese white, watercolor can be made to look opaque.

Crayon

Crayon is the French word for pencil. It is a pointed stick of colored wax, chalk, charcoal or clay used for coloring and drawing. Crayons are made from paraffin wax derived from petroleum, coal or wood. Pastel and oil pastels are also types of crayons.

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